You probably heard that longtime Subway spokesman Jared Fogle will plead guilty to charges that he paid to have sex with 14 minors, as well as distributed child pornography.
According to the court documents, Fogle committed these acts btween 2007 and 2015. His attorney says he will pay $1.4 million in damages, and he’s facing a prison sentence of five to 12.5 years, unless the court imposes a higher sentence.
He was first arrested on suspicion of these charges in July.
But up until early Wednesday, this game still existed on Subway’s website:
Yes, that’s a kids game called “Jared’s Pants Dance” where kids, presumably, could catch falling menu items in Jared’s pants.
I’m not sure this was anything short of weird before Fogle’s criminal activities came to light, but it sure isn’t now.
Subway has since replaced the game with one starring characters from Pixar’s Inside Out.
As you would expect, Subway has severed all ties with Fogle.
We no longer have a relationship with Jared and have no further comment.
— SUBWAY® (@SUBWAY) August 18, 2015
Jared Fogle’s actions are inexcusable and do not represent our brand’s values. We had already ended our relationship with Jared.
— SUBWAY® (@SUBWAY) August 19, 2015